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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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DATE: 02/11/2005                         COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS - PROPERTY TAX DIVISION                          PAGE: 001
TIME: 13:41:42                                        2004 INDEX CALCULATION REPORT                                     REPT: PTS227
                                                                216 / Sterling                                           VRSN: P
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                                                            PTD       <--------REPORTED VALUES--------->    INDEX        PTD
LAND CLASS          ISD # / NAME                       $/ACRE - CAD   NO. ACRES         VALUE     $/ACRE    FACTOR  $/ACRE - ISD
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DRY CROPLAND                                                 57.90
                    216-901 / Sterling City ISD                           3,241         156,310    48.23    1.0000        57.90
                                                                      --------- --------------- --------
                              CAD TOTALS:                                 3,241         156,310    48.23

NATIVE PASTURE                                               15.60
                    216-901 / Sterling City ISD                         529,184       7,996,248    15.11    1.0000        15.60
                                                                      --------- --------------- --------
                              CAD TOTALS:                               529,184       7,996,248    15.11

SCHOOL DISTRICT ACREAGES AND PRODUCTIVITY VALUE TOTALS INCLUDE LAND RECLASSIFIED TO WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AND TRANSITION TO TIMBER.
INDEX CALCULATIONS ARE BASED ON REPORTED ISD VALUE PER ACRE DIVIDED BY CAD AVERAGE VALUE PER ACRE.
                                                        **** END OF REPORT ****
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